Hours of Operation
9am to 6pm - Tuesday through Friday
8am to 6pm on Saturday
10am to 4pm on Sunday
Findlay Market is open year-round.
Contact individual merchants for availability on Mondays.
The Farmers Market is open seasonally on Saturdays from 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM, Sundays from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM, and Thursdays from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who owns the Market?
The City of Cincinnati
owns Findlay Market. It is built on land donated to the city in 1851 by the estate of General James Findlay for the specific purpose of providing space for a public market.
Who runs the Market?
The Market is managed by a private non-profit organization, The Corporation for Findlay Market
How old is the Market?
Findlay Market was built in 1852, opened for business in 1855, and is on the National Register of Historic Places
. The original structure was an open-sided shed with an iron frame. Around 1912, the center tower was constructed, the market house was walled in, and plumbing was introduced. The market house was extensively renovated in 1973 and 1974. It was renovated again and expanded between 2002 and 2004. Most of the original cast and wrought iron frame has been preserved.
How can I become a Findlay Market merchant?
For information about becoming an indoor, outdoor, or farmers market merchant, visit Become a Merchant
or call the The Corporation for Findlay Market
How do I get to the Market?
Just minutes from I-71, I-75, I-471, and Fountain Square, Findlay Market spans the entire 100 block of West Elder Street between Race and Elm Streets in downtown Cincinnati. For detailed directions and a map, visit Directions
Where can I park at the Market?
Parking is easy! There are more than 700 parking spaces within one block of Findlay Market. For maps and parking information, visit Parking
How can I become more involved with supporting Findlay Market?
You can join the Friends of Findlay Market
, a volunteer organization of shoppers and supporters helping the market remain a vital shopping district. You can support the market by donating to the Findlay Market Fund
. Finally, there are many volunteer opportunities